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Major Requirements 

A minimum of 44 semester credits (11 courses), distributed in either of the two following ways: 

Classical Civilizations Concentration     
  • CLAS 201 or 202
  • Four courses in one of the classical languages (Greek or Latin) through the 202 level.    
  • Two additional 100 or 200 level courses from the Classics and Affiliated Program Electives.
  • Three 300 or 400 level courses from the Classics and Affiliated Program Electives.    
  • One additional 450-level seminar course chosen from the following:    
    • CLAS 450    Topics in Classical Studies         
    • PHIL 451    Philosophical Studies: History of Philosophy  (with departmental approval if topic covers Classics material.)      
    • PHIL 453    Philosophical Studies: Advanced Themes in Philosophy (with departmental approval if topic covers Classics material.)              
    • RELS 450    Seminar: Social and Religious World of Early Judaism and Christianity
 
 Ancient Language Concentration     
  • CLAS 201 or 202 
  • Twenty-eight credits (7 courses) in classical languages (Greek and Latin). Four courses through the 202 level must be taken in one language and three courses through the 201 level must be taken in the other.    
  • Eight credits (2 courses) at the 300 or 400 level chosen from the Classics and Affiliated Program Electives.    
  • One additional 450-level seminar course chosen from the following:    
    • CLAS 450    Topics in Classical Studies         
    • PHIL 451    Philosophical Studies: History of Philosophy (with departmental approval if topic covers Classics material.)          
    • PHIL 453    Philosophical Studies: Advanced Themes in Philosophy  (with departmental approval if topic covers Classics material.)   
    • RELS 450    Seminar: Social and Religious World of Early Judaism and Christianity

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